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Perfect Gift for my Mom?

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Hey, boys and girls, my mom's birthday is comming, this Sunday,I want to buy a gift for her, do you have some good idea?
Last year, i bought a bundle of flowers for her, so this year, i have not plan to buy flowers again.
I searched the internet, clothes or handbags? Which one is better? I know my mother's bag is out of date, so how about handbags?
I found this Vicky Giraffe Print Faux Leather Large Handbag is good, i want to know your idea.Is it a perfect?
I like its stlye and color.
And suggestions appreciated, thanks!
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Without seeing/knowing your Mom, it's hard to say. Her handbag and shoes should fit her individual personal style, mood and occasion.

I do know that if I tried to give that handbag to my Mom, she'd probably try to smother me with it. :) :)
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How about an MP3 player loaded with her favorite music? My mom loves hers. Maybe a new cell phone? GPS? Book club subscription? Even when you know a woman well, buying clothes or a purse is presumptous. You can't know what she'll like, and she might have to exchange it. If you decide on clothes, get her a gift card, and offer to go shopping with her and take her to lunch. We moms like TIME with our kids more than material things.
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Yeah, if you go the handbag route (I think it's a good idea) then make sure you just get a voucher in a card so she can choose her own. :)

Then to play on Johanna's comment, take her shopping and help her choose it - therefore spending quality time with her.

Sounds like a winner to me, and if it's not, you got next year to try again. :)
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